There is so much information and misinformation online for sports nutrition these days. Here are a few trusted and high quality sports and nutrition tip resources to explore online.
Unsure of what and when to eat? Perhaps your child is an athlete and you need guidance on their nutritional needs? Get great tips for free on the SNAC section of the Coaching Association of Canada’s website.
SIRC, the Sport Information Resource Centre, is a leading and trusted source to learn about, share and support Canada’s sport community. The 40 year old organization is committed to engaging with organizations and individuals involved in, or responsible for the development of, sport and fitness in Canada and around the world. The SIRC blog features a mix of diet and lifestyle tips for athletes and athletic families.
AIS Sports Nutrition delivers high quality nutrition support to Australian athletes. Their support is tailored to the characteristics of the sport and needs of individual athletes. If you want to capitalize on their expertise but aren’t based on Australia, the organization has published a “Survival” cookbook series which is available for purchase on their website. All cookbook recipes include nutritional data for easy calorie and macro tracking. The website also shares summaries of the latest in sports nutrition research as well as nutrition fact sheets for athletes.
When it comes to sports nutrition, be careful what you read online and what you put in your body. These trusted resources are great tools to help you make smart purchases and dietary choices.
Nutritional planning is integral to achieve your optimal athletic performance. We deliver one on one or group nutritional counselling and consulting to both recreational and high performance athletes. In addition, the Food For Thought Blog is a free resource for healthy recipes and health tips. Have questions? We’d love to hear from you! Get in touch!